LSAC Account expiration date?

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LSAC Account expiration date?

Postby notaznguy » Thu Aug 25, 2011 7:09 pm

Okay so I forgot when I created my LSAC account, but I think it was sometime toward the end of last year. Initially, I was intending to take the LSAT on October 2011, but things changed and I'm not ready yet, so I may take the test as late as February.

If I take the test in February, this means I will have to take a year off of school, which would mean I'd apply to law school in Fall 2013. The problem is, my LSAC account expires on February 2013. I already got my recommenders to submit their letters of recs though. What do I do if my LSAC account expires? Does everything just go away? Including my LSAT score and letters of rec?

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Re: LSAC Account expiration date?

Postby Jeffort » Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:31 pm

Please just take a little time to read a few pages of the LSAC site and/or call them on the phone.

Pay the $124 fee for the Credential Assembly Service. (Your account will remain active for five years.)

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